J. P. Morgan — for Chief of Staff

(11 am. – promoted by DDadmin)

Does it get worse?  

I find myself pining for that philanderer who knocked up his mistress, had a child out of wedlock, and then got omitted from his wife’s will when she died of cancer and left him with young children.

Certainly a man with a defective zipper is preferable to one who thinks that J.P. Morgan should be setting his agenda for each and every day for the next several years.  The audacity of hope was really the audacity of J. P. Morgan.  Who knew?

Of course I could be wrong.  Maybe I am just Monday morning quarterbacking. Maybe the philanderer would have had a hedge fund manager for chief of staff and it could have been worse.

All I recall is something about two Americas.  One of them sure knows how to beat up the other one.


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  1. I just bought silver hoping J P Morgan would not be able to cover its silver shorts and would need another resuscitation. I was hoping this time resuscitation would be unsuccessful, and JP Morgan would be dead at last.

    Maybe I ought to just send my silver in to Obama and have him hand it over in person on a day of his choosing.

    • Edger on January 7, 2011 at 2:56 pm

    Analysis of Obama’s appointment of William Daley to WH Chief of Staff…

    Real News Network – January 7, 2011

    New Obama Chief of Staff A Message to Wall Street

    Glen Ford: President Obama is more concerned with pleasing Wall St than appeasing public opinion

    • Xanthe on January 8, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    it makes sense.  I realize that corporations are without  allegience to any nation – so that opens up a world of possible candidates.  

    • Xanthe on January 8, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    receive a measly salary of $172,000 a year and the rest of whom are unnecessary since they are not in the “Club”.  Mr. mediocre press secretary will go on to a really big (as Ed Sullivan might say) salary because he was admitted to the Club.  Sputter but he eats lunch at his desk according to Mary Matlin. Oh well that explains it.  And perks – oh don’t go there.

    Yet, a fireman who RUNS INTO BURNING BUILDINGS (get that – runs into burning buildings) will be harrassed for his salary and pension by the likes of Chris Christie.

    Good times – the best of times and the worst of times – but the best of times for whom –  

    • banger on January 8, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    As I’ve said so many times. Wall Street, the MIC, and the the Medical Industry have muscle and therefore power. If any of us want power we need to either make a lot of money or get together and form disciplined communities and grab power through using force (not violence).

    If we can’t do that then we are and will remain spectators.

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